Staffed Camp;
Water: well purified;
Facilities: Showers;
Programs: Tour Abreu Homestead Cabin Tour Cantina Homesteading New Mexican Homestead Mexican Dinner Ride out from Cattle Headquarters
Treks Camping at Abreu: 12-11 12-14 12-21 12-22 7-9 9-11
Treks taking program at Abreu: 12-6 12-7 12-11 12-12 12-13 12-14 12-19 12-21 12-22 12-24 7-7 7-8 7-10 7-14 9-11 9-12
Located at 7217; Latitude 36.37847 x Longitude -105.01618;

One of the most prominent ranchers was Jesus Gil Abreu, who ran the Abreu Rayado Ranch from the 1870s to his death in 1901. Operating from the Rayado Settlement, he raised cattle, goats, and sheep and grew crops. The family owned this property until 1911, when they sold most of it off. One of the sons remained on the ranch near the site of Abreu, a present staffed camp, and his homestead was preserved for years. The building was made of adobe, was abandoned and eventually collapsed. The foundation of this building now serves as the foundation for the Abreu cantina. The house was reconstructed in 1998 about 100 feet (30 m) uphill.

Relaxing at the Abreu Cantina The Cantina Adobe at Abreu Inside the Cantina at Abreu
New Mexican Homestead
The meadow at Abreu Goat Milking at Abreu Goats wandering at Abreu Adobe brick making at Abreu The Corral at Abreu
Mexican Dinner
Mexican Dinner at Abreu
Tour Abreu Homestead
Outside the Cabin at Abreu Inside the cabin at Abreu
Staff Cabin
Staff Cabin at Abreu - Note adobe under construction in 2002 The Staff Cabin at Abreu
Crew Campsite
Campsite at Abreu
Cabin Tour
Inside the cabin at Abreu